David Brown, Assistant Professor of Bible and Theology, married to Karyn McDonald Brown, B.A. in Biblical Studies, Hobe Sound BibleCollege, M.Div. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Ph. D studies at the University of Dayton. An ordained elderin The Wesleyan Church, he served as an assistant Pastor in Marshall, Illinois and the Senior Pastor of churches in Joliet, Illinois and Central Square, New York. As member of the "Iron Man's Club", a think tank of evangelical Christians seeking to positively influence societyin the marketplace of ideas, he worked as a liaison with the Greater Syracuse Area of Evangelicals as well as "New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedom".
David teaches Greek, Hebrew, Hermeneutics, Old Testament History, Prophets, Poetry and Wisdom, Gospels, Pauline and General Epistles, Hebrews, Basic Christian Theology and Ethics, with a research interest in the areas Biblical studies, Hermeneutics and Historical Theology.
Academic papers written include Early Methodism and Inerrancy, When the Roll Called Up Yonder Can I Bring the Music: A Historiography of Early 20th Century Holiness Movement, John Wesley's View of the Unevangelized, Thomas Aquinas's View of Prevenient Grace; Its Influence on John Wesley and Eschatological Imminence and the Culture of Idleness.
Teaching Areas/Research Interests
Biblical StudiesEthicsHistorical and Systematic TheologyBiblical Languages B.A. Hobe Sound Bible CollegeM.Div Trinity Evangelical School of DivinityPh.D. Studies, University of Dayton